The most famous examples from the Hellenistic period are the painted frieze on the attic of Tomb II (“Tomb of Philip II”) at Vergina, the ancient Macedonian capital of Aigai, and the reliefs on two sides of the Alexander Sarcophagus from Tyre, both dated to the last third of the fourth century B.C.E. On the painted frieze on the façade of Tomb II at Vergina, see Manolis Andronicos, Vergina, the Royal Tombs and the Ancient City (Athens: Ekdotike Athenon, 1989), pp. 106–19 and figures 64–71. On the Alexander Sarcophagus from Tyre, see Jerome J. Pollitt, Art in the Hellenistic Age (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1986), pp. 38–39.